blazeddd wrote: ↑
Sat Jul 25, 2020 4:50 pm
Master_Builder wrote: ↑
Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:15 am
Changes in v2:
Renamed "No Locked Stamina Gain" to "No Fatigue".
Added "No Visible Damage on Backpack".
Added "Infinite Backpack Cover Durability".
Thanks for these great updates man.
Had a quick question about the "No Visible Damage on Backpack" option - does this mean it's cosmetic only and we would still have to repair/replace when out of durability if we don't enable "Infinite Backpack Cover Durability"? (which is what I would prefer)
Follow up - could that be applied to vehicles? I hate looking at my degraded gold truck but using Fling's 100% durability for truck won't fix the look and instead adds a layer of cheat that I don't want.. I just cosmetically want it to look new but still degrade.
SunBeam's got something in the works for vehicles.
I tried to describe this for the backpack, but half of it is cosmetic only. The back panel, the attachments on it, the metal frame, etc, all have a durability, but are indestructible.
What happens is, it visibly shows damage over time, rusts, gets dirty, etc. Resting in a private room resets this to 100% durability completely restoring it's look. You can't directly repair it outside of that, and it can't be destroyed either. Purely cosmetic.
This is for the "No Visible Damage on Backpack" option.
For "Infinite Backpack Cover Durability", this applies ONLY to the optional cover you can add.
It's something you unlock later, and protects anything on your back (the stuff that pushes out vertically, not the stuff you lay horizontally on top of your back). It's a chiral golden thing with "timefall resistant" written on it and such.
If it runs out, you have to create ('attach') a new one as you would the other attachments, in a private room.
You can't even repair the thing either, you have to replace the damaged one with a new one, resting doesn't restore it at all.
This option keeps that cover at 100%.